Duck Hunting 101: What you need to know!


This is a step by step, action packed tutorial, that will carefully show and explain all the products that we use and how we use them. I pay special attention to the Black Bellied Whistling Duck, as well as the Mallards and other puddle ducks across the US. I don’t proclaim to be the worlds greatest duck hunter, I just love to duck hunt and am showing you all the gear that I use, how I use it and why I use it. Below is a list of the product I was using and a link to their webpage.
Escort Shotguns: http://www.legacysports.com/extreme-magnum-semi-auto
Kent Fasteel: http://kentgamebore.com/waterfowl-loads/fasteel-waterfowl.html
Green head decoys: https://greenheadgear.com/
thermacell: http://www.thermacell.com/
tradition calls: http://www.traditionoutdoors.com/
Plano camera case: http://www.planomolding.com/product.php?BCCID=118&PID=877

#3 Pending Pope and Young Brown Bear-Juan Garcia The Wild Outdoors


Join us as we follow, bow hunter Juan Garcia and Master Guide Sam Fejes, into the isolated wilderness of Kodiak Island, Alaska. They are in pursuit of the largest land predator on earth.

Feel the intensity as Sam uses a predator call to lure a gigantic brown bear to within 12 yards of Juan’s PSE Omen Max. Putting themselves into a calculated risk, Sam and Juan maintain their composure as the bear approaches. Producer and cameraman, Jake Latendresse, sits back from 20 yards away capturing the entire event as it unfolds. Its intense, dramatic, rare and special…in fact, its unbelievable!

Special thanks to Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge for allowing us to film, but more importantly, thanks to them for their vision into the management system they have applied to enhance bear conservation. Since the establishment of KNWR, the brown bear population has doubled in size, strongly led by the implementation of hunting as a tool to control the mature male bear density. As a result, young bears thrive and have better opportunity to reach maturity.

This hunt aired in its entirety Jay Gregory’s The Wild Outdoors on Outdoor Channel in 2013. It is due to air again in spring of 2014.

Preparing For Future Deer Seasons: Trapping Special


From www.GrowingDeer.tv: Trapping predators benefits prey populations and rewards the trapper! In this episode we show you how to get your raccoon pelts ready for the tannery. Prepared pelts are great gifts or can put some extra cash in your wallet at the fur market! With the season just finished, we are already turning to activities that will help target deer for next season. (start 7:35) Join us as Adam and AJ walk a new hunting property in search of clues to use for hunts next season. The deer sign is still fresh so it’s a great time to plan where to put food plots and locate stands!

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Bow Hunting: Shooting Deer, That’s Why We’re Here!


From www.GrowingDeer.com: It a hot time for bow hunting whitetails because the frigid temperatures in the Ozarks have the deer are on their feet in search of some much needed food! Watch as several bucks cruise by Grant’s stand chasing a hot doe! Then the team moves to Kentucky (begins 4:05) where Adam Brooke connects on a doe to add some meat to the freezer! Grant then shares (begins 8:01) his thoughts on why hunters have seen fewer deer this year and how trapping predators is important to ensure better deer hunting in the years to come.

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400